Gary Daniel Ordoñez (Born on October 16th, 1992), who goes by the stage name of Gary Soulz, was born and raised in Boston, MA by two Hispanic immigrants from Honduras and Colombia. Although always being into writing, it wasn't until the age of 15, while living in Southwest Florida, that he developed his passion for writing music.
Relocating back to Boston, in 2012 Gary self-released his debut mixtape, It's Just Me, under the moniker G.O. As a result, many locals in the Boston scene caught on, leading up to collaborations with the likes of Boston Hip-Hop favorites, Reks and Akrobatik.
At the start of 2016, Gary decided to change his stage name to Gary Soulz. Since then, he's released seven singles, leading up to recognition from 2Dopeboyz, HipHopDX, and HotNewHipHop, notably for his 2 releases, Vibe, and Issues which features R&B artist BJ The Chicago Kid.
Overall It was an effective year for Gary's career, and now in 2017, with only releasing one single, he's been solely focused on the completion of his debut LP, Whatever It Takes, which has been said to have a projected release for this upcoming year of 2018.